MOSCOW, April 28 (Reuters) - Russia's biggest truckmaker Kamaz said on Wednesday it had returned to a full working week as crisis-battered demand picked up on the back of a broader economic recovery. Kamaz, part owned by Germany's Daimler , slashed working hours in September in response to the global economic crisis, which saw orders dip from the construction and cement industries that provide most of its clients. It has recently seen an improvement in sales after a 36 percent fall in ...
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